Learn the difference between Absolute and Relative linking. Also see how to link to other html pages in your website folder structure. ITLS 5265 & 6265
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Use absolute URLs for links to other people's sites; use relative URLs for links within your site.
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File Paths in HTML-Absolute and Relative Paths in this video you will learn about html file paths. basically there are 2 types of path we used in html- 1.Absolute Path- in absolute path we use full path or url on the source. 2.Relative Paths- in relative paths we use root or sub directory for giving a source. Span tagin HTML- The span element in hindi [Part-19] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvMjPnB0Q8M&index=19&list=PLjzsl6AoCF8n_1SRnhxWP_vbep2mNqCpG Class Uses in HTML- HTML Class in hindi [Part-20] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRE7qZt_dDo&index=20&list=PLjzsl6AoCF8n_1SRnhxWP_vbep2mNqCpG Frames & Frameset in HTML-Basic HTML in hindi [Part-22] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OACqjwMZDyI&index=22&list=PLjzsl6AoCF8n_1SRnhxWP_vbep2mNqCpG&t=25s Entity in HTML-Add spacial character into webpages [Part-23] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgd8uq8Gqtw&index=23&list=PLjzsl6AoCF8n_1SRnhxWP_vbep2mNqCpG HTML Computer Code-Use Computer Code Elements [Part-24] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKBo6d6xz3Q&index=24&list=PLjzsl6AoCF8n_1SRnhxWP_vbep2mNqCpG&t=1s
This video is made for learning about difference between relative and absolute pathname in HTML tutorial Hindi. Relative Versus Absolute Pathnames An important point to remember when creating links is to make sure the correct URL is given. In order to provide a link to documents in other directories, the complete path from the current document to the linked document must be indicated. For example, a link to a file called "abc.html" located in the subdirectory "xyz" would be written as: A HREF="xyz/abc.html" PQR /A These are called relative links because the path to the file being linked to is specified relative to the location of the current file. The absolute pathname (ie., the complete URL) of the file could also be used, but relative links are more efficient in accessing a server. They also have the advantage of making documents more "portable" -- for instance, several web pages stored in a single folder on a local computer, with relative hyperlinks between each other, could be uploaded to a web server together, where the links would continue to work just as they do within a locally stored copy. The exception to this is when links are made to websites on other servers the absolute pathway must be given (ie., the complete URL). Thus the relative pathway for this page is: A HREF="lesson5.htm" Whereas the absolute pathway is: A HREF="www.tutorialshut.com/htmltutorial/lesson5.htm"
All my videoes can be seen on my homepage www.gauteferstad.com. In this tutorial we look at how to link different pages located in different folders. This is a continuation of tutorial 10, where we linked pages residing in the same folder. We are using relative links.
https://github.com/SleekPanther/php-magic-linking This template solves the problem of linking to the same file from a different location. You can now use 1 copy of nav with a php include on every page & never worry about including ../ in your href any more! The readme for this project has more detailed instructions Using Sublime Text, seriously powerful editor https://www.sublimetext.com/ Check out some helpful tutorials https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVkR1ZkNusI&index=1&list=PLpcSpRrAaOaqQMDlCzE_Y6IUUzaSfYocK
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